Georgia receiver Michael Bennett back up to speed



ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia receiver Michael Bennett says he’s all the way back from the torn ACL to his right knee he sustained in practice the Tuesday before the South Carolina game last Oct. 2.

“I feel like I still bring the same skill sets to the team,” he said. “I feel like I’ve got my footwork back and I feel like I’ve improved some too. Just being more comfortable with the offense, being more comfortable with the quarterbacks and understanding the defense better has really brought my game to a new level.”

Bennett led the team in catches (24), receiving yards (345) and touchdown catches (4) when he was injured.


OHIO STATE: The misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge against cornerback Bradley Roby has been conditionally dropped, according to a published report.

Roby, involved in a fight at a Bloomington, Ind., bar in July, must avoid any additional legal trouble until Aug. 16, 2014, in order to have the charge dismissed, The Columbus Dispatch reported.

Roby is suspended for opener against Buffalo on Aug. 31.


TENNESSEE: Coach Butch Jones plans to name a starting quarterback for the Aug. 31 opener early next week.

Junior Justin Worley has been competing with redshirt freshman Nathan Peterman and freshmen Joshua Dobbs and Riley Ferguson.


SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: Wrapped up training camp without choosing a starting quarterback, and receiver Marqise Lee says the situation is “crazy.”

Coach Lane Kiffin says he still hasn’t decided between Cody Kessler and Max Wittek after the 24th-ranked Trojans’ final scrimmage at the Coliseum on Wednesday.



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